What religious group led by Brigham Young settled in what is now Utah?
In 1844 the Mormons followed Brigham Young to what would become the Utah Territory.
The Latter Day Saints or Mormons. I really think it was Mormons. I am doing a assiment for my schoool and that fits into what i need.it could be either but that's just my oppinion In 1844 the Mormons followed Brigham Young to what would become the Utah Territory.
The leader of the chruch of Jesus Christ of latter day saints who guided this religious group to the salt lake valley?
The Salt River Valley was the first valley to be settled, in 1867 by John Y. T. Smith. Phoenix Valley, also known as the Valley of the Sun, was settled in the mid-to-late 19th century by Brigham Young and a group of Mormons.
The Quakers were the main religious group who settled in Pennsylvania to retreat from loyalists and land ruled by the king.
Brigham Young did not start any religions. He was the second leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) which was founded by Joseph Smith, Jr. He led the Mormons from Illinois to Utah after Joseph Smith was murdered.
The Puritans settled New Hampshire.
It was the Puritans.
Brigham Young lead the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) west. He was the second president of that church.
Plymouth Colony was settled by a group of Puritans that had broken away from the Church of England. They were known as the Pilgrims.
Brigham Young lead the first group of Mormon Pioneers to Utah in 1846 and 1847. They left Illinois in 1846, camped for the winter in Nebraska, and continued on to Utah in 1847.
The first group of Mormon Pioneers were lead to Utah by Brigham Young.
In 1844 the Mormons settled in the territory that would eventually become the state of Utah.
The Religious Society of Friends (most often called Quakers.)
The Puritans and Pilgrims.
Brigham Young became a leader of the Mormoms and led the religious group to settle in Salt Lake City. Utah was not yet a US State. In 1848, Utah was ceded to the USA from Mexico.
Brigham Young lead the first group of Mormon Pioneers to Salt Lake City, Utah. Later groups were lead by experienced trail guides who had traveled the trail with Brigham Young.
i guess its The mormons
Connecticut's first church was the Congregationalists (Puritans).
the first group that settled new England were the puritans
Thomas Hooker led a group of settlers to a colony that they named Connecticut in 1636. It was settled because of religious freedom.
Brigham Young was the Prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Later Day Saints by the time the Mormon migration reached Utah. Prior to Brigham Young, Joseph Smith, originator of the LDS led the Mormons until he was killed by a mob in Carthage, Illinois, in 1844. The first group of Mormon Pioneers was lead to the Great Salt Lake by Brigham Young. Later groups were lead by experienced trail guides who had… Read More
The Quakers, officially known as the Society of Friends.
The Mormons were a religious group founded by Joseph Smith. They moved west because other religions were prosecuting them and they needed a new place where they wouldn't be bothered. They first went to Salt Lake. That is where Brigham Young said "This is the place."
Massachusetts Bay was settled in 1630 by the Puritans.
Roger Williams and his follows settled in Rhodes Island. They went there for religious freedoms that were being denied in Massachusetts.
The Quakers were the main religious group who settled in Pennsylvania to retreat from loyalists and land ruled by the king. up up away rule kindom
Joseph Smith told the Church members that they would eventually have to move west to escape persecution, but was killed before they did so. Brigham Young then became the leader and lead the first group of Mormon Pioneers west.
Mormons(Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints).
Shortly after Joseph Smith was killed, there was some confusion within the Church about who should be the next leader of the Church. The majority followed Brigham Young, the senior Apostle. Brigham Young lead this group to Utah and organized them well so that they were in a position to thrive in the harsh desert. However, those who stayed behind broke into several smaller groups. To this day, those belonging to those groups believe that… Read More
The religious group that settled in the New England region of the Americas in the 17th century was known as "the Puritans. " Dissenting strongly from the established Church of England in their home-country, these Puritans sought a place wherein they could live and worship exactly as their faith directed them.
Brigham Young's group of Mormon pioneers was the first to reach the Salt Lake Valley. They arrived over the space of several days in late July, 1847.
The Latter-Day Saints (of the last days) are called Mormons because Joseph Smith wrote a book that claims Jesus after death spoke to a man named Mormon and his son Moroni. Smith was killed in 1844 and in 1847, Brigham Young led a group of Mormons from Missouri to Utah.
William Penn first brought The Quakers to Pennsylvania. Other religious groups followed.
What racial ethnic and religious groups settled in the colonies and what were their reasons for doing so?
The racial group was the whites, the ethnic group was english men, and the religious groups were Seperatists and Quakers. I have no idea why for the racial and ethnic but for religious was obviously in search of freedom of religion. :)
Separatist calling themselves Pilgrims, established a settlement at Plymouth, Mass.
There is no such street as Brigham Street in Salt Lake City. There is a Brigham Fork Creek, but there is no home with the address of 529. South Temple Street was once called Brigham Street, since the homes of Brigham Young were located there. 529 South Temple is the historic Keith Mansion, which is no longer used as a home. It is now used as an office for AIC / Leucadia Financial Group.
Brigham Young lead the first group of Mormon Pioneers to Utah Territory (which was then Mexico) in 1847.
The Pilgrims founded Plymouth Colony. The Puritans were the group that settled the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Mormons. Otherwise known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The colony of New York was settled first by the Dutch and then by the English. The main religion of both the Dutch and English was Protestantism. New York was one of the Middle colonies.
What religious group settled in Massachusetts believing they had promised god they would build an ideal christian community?
The Puritans and they were led by John Winthrop
The city was founded in 1847 as Great Salt Lake City by a group of Mormon pioneers led by their prophet, Brigham Young.
Brigham Young officially became President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) in December 1847, after the first Mormon Pioneer group arrived in Salt Lake City. However, many Church members began following him immediately after Joseph Smith's murder in the summer of 1844.
Brigham Young lead the first group of Mormon Pioneers to Salt Lake City. He then appoined experienced trail guides to lead later groups.